Along with my HUGE stash of cross stitch projects I have a HUGE stash of quilting and craft projects. The stuff is stashed in every nook and cranny of my sewing room. I start looking for one thing and come across 10 projects that I completely forgot about. Enough is enough...time to start working on these projects.
Next, I stitched up this clever little collapsible Goin' Sewin' Tote...
I love this little tote. It would be perfect to take to a quilt class or cross stitch retreat to collect all of your threads. You use a wooden ring and a piece of fabric to construct this, that's it! You can make it any size that you want, it just depends on the size of the wooden hoop used.
The Carry Me Bag was not from my stash but rather a new purchase that I just couldn't resist. I wanted something that would fit my long knitting needles. Unfortunately, I was not impressed with the instructions for constructing this tote bag. I have been crafting for a number of years and know that this could have been done better.
All of this crafting and I did not even put a dent in my pattern stash!
I received a very wonderful RAK from my dear friend Carol S. She knows me well, she sent me a gift card to Dunkin Donuts. Yahoo: Coffee, Coffee, Coffee!
My DH and I have been taking a daily 7 mile walk. Yesterday we detoured off of our regular route to make a stop at DD where we each enjoyed a Pumpkin Latte. I usually refrain from indulging in this type of drink but it was calling my name. Next time I will stick to a flavored cup of hot coffee...maybe.
Carol, thank you again for this unexpected surprise. You are too sweet!
I am off to the Country Living Fair in Columbus, Ohio. I saw an ad for this event in a magazine and decided that I needed to take a road trip...a 12 hour road trip.